The Golden Rule of Dr. Martin Luther King

This morning National Public Radio gave us a rare glimpse at a national holiday, Martin Luther King Day, through the eyes of a child and it was a rich experience. This is very special because we adults get to select the national holidays and everyone celebrates them by decree. With the exception of Christmas and other gift giving holidays, we often do not take time to view the holidays, especially national holidays, from a child’s perspective. This is a wonderful story and I hope you will take time to read it or listen to it.

What Does Martin Luther King’s Legacy Look Like To A 5-Year-Old? : NPR.

May we all become better practitioners of Dr. King’s Golden Rule, not just today in his honor, but everyday.

Be greater. Do good. Everyday.

T.W.K.

Author: Tom Klaus

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